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New Study Reveals Alzheimers may be Transmissible

A new study on Alzheimer’s is rocking the medical world. Initial evidence suggests the deadly brain disease may be transmissible. One of the study’s researchers, Claudio Soto, who is a professor of neurology at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston is quoted by MSNBC as saying, “Our findings …

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How to Prevent Obesity in Children

Obesity has become a huge health problem not only among adults but also children. This is a problem that can lead to health and self-esteem problems in the future. Saying a child is big boned or they have an appetite are excuses which are just hurting the child even more. …

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Seriously Obnoxious Gym Habits that will have you Grossed out

While working out at the gym there are an entire range of different people working out also, and they have obnoxious gym habits that you have to deal with to get a great workout in. Monopolizing the equipment Some people don’t understand that there are other people in the world.  …

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Use of Ultrasound Scan for Diagnosing Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

Introduction: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) is a major concern for women of the reproductive age group as it can lead to many complications including sub fertility and the occurrence of ectopic pregnancies. Due to its sub-clinical nature, the diagnosis of a PID may be done at times of being investigated …

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How can your Doctor tell if you have Genital Herpes

Genital herpes are caused from a virus. They are very easy to pass on to others through skin to skin contact and it is important to get treatment if you have them. There is no cure, but treatment can help lower the risk of passing them on to others as …

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Wilsons Disease Copper Buildup

Wilsons disease is a very serious life threatening disorder, but it can in most all cases be controlled and even prevented by one very important mineral; zinc. However, it can be very difficult to detect in the early stages, and as a result, it can cause very serious damages to …

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Is Money Invariably Linked with Depression – Yes

Yes, because so much of our life is linked with money. The house we live in, the car we drive, the clothes we wear, the places we go and the places we eat. The jewelry we wear, the condition of our hair, you name it. We think as the old …

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Side Effects of Pulmicort

What is Pulmicort? Pulmicort is a medicine used to prevent asthmatic attacks and it contains budesonide as the active ingredient. The drug falls into the category of corticosteroids and is available as a solution in ‘Pulmicort respules’ or else as a dry powder variety known as ‘Pulmicort flexhaler’. The drug …

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Empty Nest

The season has changed and the time has come to embrace the empty nest. Your child or chidren move out of the house changing the dynamics of the home and the roles of parenthood. The new silence in the house often leaves the mother more so than the father faced …

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Under an Uncomfortable Microscope

Growing up military is mostly like growing up in other circumstances whether it is urban, suburban or rural. Every situation will be unique, yet there will be some generalities specific to the environment that tend to create a different kind of psychological pressure on a developing human being. Taking those …

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